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Old August 27th, 2004, 06:43 PM
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Flash MX UI Components

Basicly I'm trying to do something like this

I have a fla document that passes soem variables to a php page but i need variables in the first place so any idea how to do someline like below

psudo code follows
var "state" = Selected Value of ComboBox "State".

var servicesarray[]= values of several check boxes
24y-CW, 8y-HTML, 5y-PS, 8m-PHP
And I never knew Photoshop could do HTML!
You learn something every day.

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Old November 18th, 2013, 03:15 AM
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Photoshop can also generate photo album with swf format and run vbs and js scripts. In speak of UI controls, it recalls me of
kettic. Its built-in UI components are very nice to use.

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